Where Last Season’s 10-Day Signees Are Now

Four dozen players signed 10-day contracts last season, and while some remain with their NBA teams, others are long gone. Two are reportedly working out for the Lakers today — Sean Kilpatrick and Toure’ Murry — while another, David Wear, signed with Fuenlabrada of Spain, the team announced today (Twitter link; translation via Sportando’s Enea Trapani). Familiar names like Michael Beasley and Nate Robinson are free agents again, while Kenyon Martin, another notable 10-day signee from 2014/15, called it quits.

With an assist from the Hoops Rumors 10-Day Contract Tracker, which provides a database on 10-day signees dating back several years, we’ve caught up with each of the 10-day signees from this past season. They’re listed alphabetically with their whereabouts below. The teams by their names are the clubs with which they signed their 10-day contracts last season. Players who signed 10-day deals with multiple teams have all of those teams listed.

  • Lou Amundson, Knicks — He re-signed with the Knicks this summer after the expiration of the deal he’d signed for the rest of last season on the heels of his pair of 10-day pacts.
  • Earl Barron, Suns — Barron is a free agent following the expiration of the contract he signed with the Suns for the rest of the season after his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Michael Beasley, Heat — Beasley is a free agent. The Heat declined their team option for this season after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • Jerrelle Benimon, Jazz — Benimon remains a free agent, as he has been since the Jazz elected not to re-sign him after his lone 10-day contract with the team.
  • Sim Bhullar, Kings — Bhullar remains a free agent, as he has been since the Kings elected not to re-sign him after his lone 10-day contract with the team.
  • Jabari Brown, Lakers — He’s still with the Lakers on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Lorenzo Brown, Timberwolves — He’s still with the Wolves on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Dwight Buycks, Lakers — Buycks remains a free agent, as he has been since the Lakers elected not to re-sign him after his lone 10-day contract with the team. The Lakers apparently told him in June that they remain interested in him, however.
  • Will Bynum, Wizards — Bynum is a free agent following the expiration of the contract he signed with the Clippers for the rest of the season after his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Earl Clark, Nets — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals, but they reportedly intend to waive him.
  • Jack Cooley, Jazz — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Bryce Cotton, Jazz — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Seth Curry, Suns — The brother of MVP Stephen Curry signed with the Kings last month.
  • Andre Dawkins, Celtics — Dawkins remains a free agent, as he has been since the Celtics elected not to re-sign him after his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • Austin Daye, Hawks — Daye is a free agent. The Hawks waived him after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • Toney Douglas, Pelicans — The six-year veteran reportedly reached agreement on a deal with the Pacers. The Pelicans had signed him to a multiyear deal following his second 10-day contract, but they waived him in July.
  • Larry Drew II — Drew signed with AS Monaco Basket of France.
  • Jarell Eddie, Hawks — Eddie remains a free agent, as he has been since the Hawks elected not to re-sign him after his lone 10-day contract with the team.
  • Tim Frazier, Sixers — The Trail Blazers signed Frazier to a multiyear deal following his pair of 10-day contracts with Philadelphia.
  • Langston Galloway, Knicks — He’s still with the Knicks on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • JaMychal Green, Spurs, Grizzlies — He’s still with the Grizzlies on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Jorge Gutierrez, Bucks — He’s still with the Bucks on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Jordan Hamilton, Clippers — Hamilton is a free agent. The Clippers waived him after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • Lester Hudson, Clippers — Hudson is a free agent. The Clippers waived him after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team. He’s reportedly expected to sign with Liaoning of China.
  • Bernard James, Mavericks — He signed with the Shanghai Sharks of China this summer following the expiration of his deal for the rest of last season with Dallas that came after his pair of 10-day pacts with the team.
  • Dahntay Jones, Clippers — Jones is a free agent following the expiration of the contract he signed with the Clippers for the rest of the season after his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Chris Johnson, Bucks, Jazz — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his 10-day deal.
  • Tyler Johnson, Heat — He’s still with the Heat on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Sean Kilpatrick, Timberwolves — Kilpatrick is a free agent, but the Lakers are reportedly working him out.
  • Ricky Ledo, Knicks — Ledo is a free agent. The Knicks waived him after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • John Lucas III, Pistons — Lucas is a free agent following the expiration of the contract he signed for the rest of the season after his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Jerel McNeal, Suns —  The Suns waived him after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team. He’s since signed to play for Aris Thessaloniki of Greece.
  • James Michael McAdoo, Warriors — He’s still with the Warriors on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Toure’ Murry, Wizards — Murry is a free agent, but the Lakers are reportedly working him out.
  • Kenyon Martin, Bucks — The 37-year-old announced his retirement in July.
  • Quincy Miller, Kings, Pistons — He’s still on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals with the Pistons, but Detroit traded him to the Nets, who reportedly plan to keep him at least until the start of training camp.
  • Elijah Millsap, Jazz — He’s still with the Jazz on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • A.J. Price, Suns — Price is a free agent. He was reportedly considering an overseas deal, but he remains on the market.
  • Miroslav Raduljica, Timberwolves — The two-year NBA veteran signed with Panathinaikos of Greece on a deal that includes an NBA out.
  • Nate Robinson, Jazz — Robinson remains a free agent, as he has been since the Clippers elected not to re-sign him after his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • David Stockton, Kings — He’s still with the Kings on the contract he signed following his 10-day deal.
  • Lance Thomas, Knicks — He re-signed with the Knicks this summer after the expiration of the deal he’d signed for the rest of last season on the heels of his pair of 10-day pacts.
  • Tyrus Thomas, Grizzlies — Thomas remains a free agent, as he has been since the Clippers elected not to re-sign him after his lone 10-day contract with the team. The Mavs were reportedly among the teams that watched workouts the former No. 4 overall pick staged last month.
  • Henry Walker, Heat —Walker is a free agent. The Heat waived him after signing him late last season to a multiyear deal following the conclusion of his pair of 10-day contracts with the team.
  • David Wear, Kings — Signed with Fuenlabrada of Spain.
  • Elliot Williams, Jazz, Hornets, Pelicans — Williams didn’t receive a deal for the rest of the season with any of the three teams that gave him 10-day pacts, but he recently re-signed with the Hornets for training camp.
  • Reggie Williams, Spurs — He’s still with the Spurs on the contract he signed following his pair of 10-day deals.
  • Nate Wolters, Pelicans — Wolters signed with Besiktas of Turkey.

Which of these 10-day signees from last season do you think is most capable of having an impact in the NBA this year? Leave a comment to let us know.

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